'Spooksville' Fans Send Keys To Netflix In Hopes Of Getting Second Season

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For at least a decade, fans of television shows facing cancellation have sent all sorts of gifts and reminders to the networks, hoping to prove their favorite series has enough hard-core viewers to justify a renewal. That trend has now moved to the world of streaming television as fans of the show SPOOKSVILLE are working to get a second season order from Netflix.

Season one of the Daytime Emmy Award-winning season is currently streaming on Netflix and fans of the show are sending the company keys in hopes of "unlocking" a second season. Supporters of the show are asking that the keys - as well as letters expressing support for the show - be sent to Netflix: 335 N. Maple Drive, Suite 353, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

SPOOKSVILLE is based on the book series by acclaimed author Christopher Pike. The series follows the new kid in town who discovers that he holds the key to a battle between good and evil that has been taking place for centuries in a bizarre small town that plays host to a wide array of supernatural and unexplained occurrences. The series was produced by Jane Startz ("Ella Enchanted," "Tuck Everlasting") and was adapted for television by James Kreig.

SPOOKSVILLE originally premiered on The Hub in 2013, but that network declined to pick up the show for a second season in 2014. The show has picked up a new audience since it was added to Netflix and fans are hoping the SVOD company will bring it back as it has done with shows ranging from THE KILLING to GILMORE GIRLS.